Analyzing tweets about MH17 has been the latest tool used to ‘prove’ foul play by Russia when it comes to injecting false information about the downing of the Malaysian Boeing in the Western public domain. Continue reading “Weaponizing info about MH17”
Who brought down MH17? For the Dutch government it is certain that the Russian military is to blame. But according to researcher Max van der Werff there is every reason to doubt. “Based on the evidence that has been made public, I still cannot reach any definitive conclusion.”
In a few weeks it will be four years ago since the Malaysian Boeing MH17 was shot from the air. 298 People were killed and the tragedy became part of a geopolitical chess game that will last for decades. Russia is currently in the defense.
Since April 12th 2017 a thousand days passed since Malaysian flight MH17 (KLM codeshare KL4103) was shot down above East Ukraine. Up until now, those who did it are not arrested and many questions remain unanswered.
“Russian Images of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Were Altered, Report Finds”
“MOSCOW – A group of arms control researchers have determined that two images released by the Russian government, ostensibly to help clarify why a civilian airliner was shot down two years ago, were digitally altered using Photoshop before being posted online.” (New York Times 15 July 2016)
There are four photos and three videos showing the alleged rebel’s Buk. Only the “Paris Match” photos show this Buk at a close distance, which a group of investigative journalists named Bellingcat uses as proof that Buk came from Russia because of “Buk’s fingerprints.” These photos look clearly photoshopped to the naked eye.
Civil journalists, bloggers, hobby investigators -whatever you call them- have become a relevant factor in the unprecedented information war raging around the shootdown of flight Malaysia MH17. Continue reading “MH17 – Billy versus Bensmann”